Tom Middleton Confirmed For Live from Jodrell Bank
Tom Middleton is the latest stellar name to be announced for this years Live From Jodrell Bank series bringing his acclaimed Sounds Of The Cosmos set to the University of Manchesters Jodrell Bank Observatory. He will perform at the specially curated by New Order show on July 7th and the inaugural Jodrell Bank proms with Manchester symphony orchestra The Hall on August 31st.
Tom Middleton is a revered name on the electronic music circuit, a pioneering composer, producer, DJ, remixer, music curator, and festival favourite.
New Order have curated their own eagerly anticipated Live From Jodrell Bank show which features hand-picked support acts, Johnny Marr, Public Service Broadcasting, The Whip, Jake Evans and Hot Vestry. It is many years since New Order and Johnny Marr have shared the same stage and a memorable collaboration on the evening has been suggest by the artists.
The Hall led by conductor Stephen Bell will perform a very special proms inspired by the stars, including Jupiter and Mars fromHolst’s The Planets, classics from Strauss, Mozart and John Williams, as well as a selection of out-of-this-world film music from blockbusters such as: Star Wars, Independence Day, E.T., Apollo 13, Close Encounters and more.
The concert will also give participants a very special opportunity to celebrate the life and work of the late Sir Bernard Lovell, Founder and first Director of the Jodrell Bank Observatory. Sir Bernard, who passed away in 2012, would have celebrated his 100th birthday on the day of the concert.
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